On behalf of John K. Elliott
A mystery that wasn't solved in time, and who's the real hero. Also, 7 other things worth your time.
In 1969, a deputy U.S. marshal named John K. Elliott was assigned to track down a fugitive: a Cleveland bank teller who walked away on a Friday afternoon with a bag filled with $215,000 in cash (roughly $1.5 million in today’s money).
Elliott was about 33 years old when he first caught the case.…
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